The north 40 park land is home hundreds of eagles that make their way there to sleep at night. During the day, some of them spend their time searching for scraps at a nearby compost plant. At sunset, you can see hundreds of them making their way to the park lands and find a comfortable spot to sleep.
I was admiring all the eagles perched in that tree and started taking photos. Suddenly, a juvenile tries to land a spooks the other birds who already had a comfy spot to sleep. At that moment I started taking burst of photos and I didn't really had any idea what I should focus on. I just hoped that it will turn out. This is the end result
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